Dr. Bennett A. Braude, one of the well known physicians and surgeons of Cambria County, who has been successfully
engaged in the practice of his profession at Johnstown since 1915, is a veteran of the World war. He was born at
Shamokin, Pa., Nov. 21, 1889, and is the son of Abner and Rebba (Morningstar) Braude.
Abner Braude, for many years a prominent and successful real estate operator of Philadelphia, now lives retired
in Atlantic City.
Bennett A. Braude attended the public schools of Sharnokin, Pa., Bucknell University, and in 1914 was graduated
from Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. After completing his interne work in Atlantic City Hospital, he was
connected with the Philadelphia General Hospital until 1915, when he removed to Johnstown. For five years he was
associated in practice with Dr. Hannan. His offices are located at 811 U. S. Bank Building. Doctor Braude is an
associate surgeon on the staff of Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital.
During the World war Doctor Braude was commissioned a first lieutenant in the army in June, 1917, and the following
August was called into active service, being stationed at Boston, Mass., and later Camps Green and Wadsworth. He
served overseas with the Third Pioneer Infantry, which was part of the First Army, and served with the rank of
captain. He was discharged in August, 1919.
On April 5, 1917, Doctor Braude was married to Miss Rita Mills, ot Nova Scotia. They have a daughter, Suzanne Patricia.
Doctor Braude is identified with the Cambria County Medical Society, Pennsylvania State Medical Society, and the
American Medical Association He is a Republican, a member of the First Lutheian Chinch, and belongs to the Masonic
Lodge, Knight Templars, Shrine, Acasia Club, American Legion, and Sunnehanna Country Club. As a physician and a
citizen Doctor Braude ranks high in the community.
History of Cambria County, Pennsylvania
By: John E. Gable
Historical Publishing Company
Cambria County Pennsylvania Biographies
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